4 new Instagram features you may have missedThe latest updates bring fun, new features to your favorite photo-sharing app, which may be crossing over into Snapchat territory.
[MUSIC] You've been keeping up with the latest Instagram updates on your app. You now have four fun new features to try out. First up there's zoom. It took six years for Instagram to allow us to get a closer look at photos. Pinch to zoom and keep your finger on the screen to hold the zoom, and then release to return to the original. Next we have the save draft feature which allows you to keep your edits without publishing the shot. Select your image, start making your edits and then press the back arrow on the top left to come back to it later. Hit save draft and close out of the app. Once you reopen you'll see a new draft section within the library on top of your photo. Select the draft and then click Edit on the top right. Now pick up right where you left off, adding any filters or additional edits you may need to create your masterpiece. [MUSIC] When you're ready, just caption as usual and share to your feed. You may be familiar with Instagram Stories, but how about these Slide right from your feed and toggle to the boomerang option at the bottom to capture a fun video to play forward and backward in a loop. You can also tag people within in story as you would in a photo caption by adding the app simple before their name. They will get a notification alerting them of the As if Instagram wasn't already morphing into Snapchat, it now lets you send disappearing messages. Create a Story, and hit the next arrow on the bottom. Choose a recipient, and add to your Story if you want to make it public. They'll be able to view the message once before it disappears. You'll also receive a notification if the recipient takes a screenshot of the Story. [MUSIC]